Almotamar.net - Executive Secretary of the Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA) Bader Omar al Defa left for the United Nations Headquarters in New York where he is scheduled to meet senior officials and take part in the annual session of the ESCWA.
It is expected that Al Defa would on Tuesday attend a dialogue of executive secretariats of the five UN regional commissions as part of the ESCWA session and to present a briefing under the theme of energy for sustainable development in the ESCWA area.
Al Defa will also take part in meetings of heads of the UN agencies of the executive commission for economic and social affairs to discuss follow-up of the 10th session of the UN conference for trade and development, in addition to preparation for Doha International Conference on funding development scheduled on 29 of next November to 29 December 2008.
Al Defa is also expected to meet the Arab ambassadors to the UN to inform them on results of the 25th Session of ESCWA held in Sana'a on 26-29 May 2008 and achievements of the commission since his assumption of his post in July 2007.
President Abdo Rabu Mansour Hadi sent Thursday a letter to President of Djibouti Ismail Omar Guelleh dealing with the mutual relations between the two brotherly countries as well as situations in the region.
President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi reviewed on Wednesday with the United Kingdom ambassador to Yemen Jane Marriott the latest developments of the implementation of the national dialogue's outcomes.
During the meeting, the President praised the ambassador's efforts and the UK support for Yemen either bilaterally or within the five permanent members of the Security Council and the group of the ten countries sponsoring the implementation of the Gulf initiative.
General People's Congress (GPC) delegation met Prime Minister of Djibouti, Abdualqader Kamel in their visit to the country. During the meeting, both sides discussed bilateral relations and ways of developing them as well as discussing a number of issues of common interest between the two countries.
The occasion of the GPC delegation visit was to attend the 35 Conference of the ruling Party in Djibouti, which took place during the period from 3 until 4 March.
The General Congress Committee of the General People's Congress and the Higher Council of the National Democratic Coalition held an extraordinary meeting presided by Ali Abdullah Saleh , the president of the GPC ,during which they examined The Security Council Resolution 2140 on Yemen .
The General Congress Committee and the Coalition parties appreciated the resolution's reaffirmation of strong commitment to the unity , sovereignty , independence and territorial integrity of Yemen , its welcoming the outcomes of the comprehensive National Dialogue Conference which